Pousada Mandala

Address: Rua Manuel de Carvalho, 223, Buzios, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Rua Manuel de Carvalho, 223, Buzios, is near Rua das Pedras, Geriba Beach, Praia Jao Fernandez, and Armacao dos Buzios.
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      Travel Blogs from Buzios

      Buzios Baby! and a dump called Campos

      A travel blog entry by ryanod1985 on Mar 05, 2013

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      ... turned out to be more like an hour, thanks ray from the hostel!
      Ray struck again when he said buses would be straight forward to get to our next stop Vitoria. We had to catch a few connections which all went we until we got to Campos to find our next bus was full and we were stranded for the night.
      Turns our Campos is an industrial oil city, making it a bit of a dump and yet properly pricey. So we jumped in a cab to have the guy drive us around looking for a hostel, ...

      Fawlty Towers goes down under..

      A travel blog entry by evs1210 on Feb 19, 2010

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      ... Saturday I wanted a final quiet night to fully complete my detox of carnival and get ready for Rio.

      The group of 8 Aussie guys had also been joined by a group of their 6 Aussie girl mates meaning they were now a pretty large bunch and when I got back from the beach they had taken over the balcony and were just getting started on the booze..

      As the night went on they got louder and louder but all in good spirits. ...

      New plans-go to Buzios, Inadvertently buy cocaine

      A travel blog entry by merkdog4 on Nov 30, 2007


      ... drafted into the Army during Vietnam. I guess the government drew letters out of a hat and if that letter corresponded with your last name, then you were the next to go (I think this right, but the details are probably not quite correct, he can probably shed light on the subject). He was just about ready to leave when the war ended. Like what if he went to Vietnam, would I even be here? What if he locked the car keys in a door one day that ...

      Ipanema Street Party

      A travel blog entry by will.traveller on Feb 18, 2007

      The beaches are packed. With everything closed, the beach is the place. Copacabana and Ipanema are 20 people thick all along. Great for people watching but not great for beaching. I have a list of activities for Copacabana so I decide to experience a different side of Carnaval. Ipanema has a bloco early. Fun but packed. The streets along the ocean have been shut down and totally full. After the bloco, there are a few bands. Seeking ...

      Rio de Janiero No. 1

      A travel blog entry by fatman78 on Nov 10, 2006

      After an early start, and an internal connection, we arrived in Rio after lunch to be met by out personal chauffeur. It all sounded good in theory having a personal tour of Rio, but it would have been better if he spoke some English...any English. Or if we spoke Portuguese or Spanish. As it was, we were only able to get an idea of were the Christ statue was...and that's pretty hard to miss. With our chauffeur not ...